Second Opinion

Wired gets the inside story of Facebook’s new “Graph Search,” its people-powered search engine.

If you think “Graph Search” is a lousy name for Facebook’s new service, you aren’t alone.

Andrew Ross Sorkin highlights the “banker who put his faith” in Lance Armstrong: Thomas Weisel.

OMG, Apple may soon cede its title as world’s most valuable company by market cap.

Geez, Louise. What will it take for someone on JPMorgan’s board to get the boot?

Symantec puts its Altiris unit on the block, just five years after buying it for $800 million.

Data analytics company Palantir is now worth $8 billion, says one of its cofounders.

The happiest — and saddest — countries in the world.

Are gold-plated health benefits making American workers worse off?

Image: Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg introduces a new feature called “Graph Search” during a media event at the company’s headquarters in Menlo Park, California January 15, 2013. Credit: REUTERS/Robert Galbraith